Austin Criminal Defense Attorney


Our ever-growing client base speaks highly of our firm. To see for yourself, visit us and consult with one of our highly qualified attorneys.

Best Professionals

We are here to provide you with the best possible legal assistance from our team of highly qualified attorneys with countless hours of experience.

Protecting Your Rights

One of our primary goals as criminal defense attorneys is to protect the constitutional rights of our clients. We vigorously advocate for due process, fair treatment, and the presumption of innocence. We fight to ensure that our clients receive a fair trial and are treated fairly under the law.

Protecting Your Rights

We believe in providing personalized attention to every client. We take the time to listen to their concerns, understand their goals, and develop legal strategies that align with their needs. Our clients can trust that their case will receive the attention and dedication it deserves.

Client-Centric Approach

At the heart of our practice is a commitment to putting our clients first. We ensure the best possible outcome for each client and work tirelessly to protect their rights and interests. With compassionate representation and unwavering determination, we stand by our clients every step of the way.

Meet the Team

Highly skilled legal professionals ready to provide top-notch representation, advocate on your behalf, and ensure a smooth legal process.

Alex Hayes

Criminal Defense Attorney

Diligent defender, dedicated to your case's success.

Elizabeth Brown

Criminal Defense Attorney

Compassionate advocate, guiding with care.

Jeremy Connelly

Criminal Defense Attorney

Strategic legal mind, crafting powerful defense strategies.

Kevin Ko

Criminal Defense Attorney

Tenacious litigator, relentless in pursuit of justice for you.

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